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live streaming

Broadcasting video to a website or mobile device as it is being recorded. See lifecasting and Livestream.
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New Delhi [India], Feb 18 ( ANI ): Live streaming has become an essential part of our lives.
As such, initial forays into Facebook Live streaming may result in impromptu live sessions posted directly on the organization's Facebook page without much notice to potential attendees.
The mobile app, available through free download, is based on Astros belief there is a strong interest in the live streaming space in Southeast Asia, especially among millennials.
The email appears to have been sent out by Nintendo warning users that live streaming its games is no longer allowed under the Nintendo Creators Program.
We know that, in addition to live streaming, broadcasters and content owners are also looking for ways to rapidly prepare VOD programming from live sources," Paul Turner, VP/Product Management, said.
The new live streaming platform of Peepla has recently launched, the company said.
Needless to say, live streaming sports services make for a facility that every sports lover would love to access.
Controls have been simplified so that a button which can start and stop multiple live streaming services at the same time is now available.
Some big names using live streaming video include Nissan, Nestle, and GE--even the political parties are taking advantage of video communication.
India, April 13 -- Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced that the company would be releasing the API for its live streaming feature.
com)-- Reston, Virginia based BCAST, a social media live streaming platform set to transform how individuals access live sports, events and news and celebrities, today announced that the BCAST and the Northern Virginia Volleyball Association (NVVA) have joined forces in a partnership that will be live streaming volleyball events to mobile devices, the web and smart TV's using the BCAST platform.
co), a live streaming video app, was launched just 1 month previously by Ben Rubin and Itai Danino.